New Indoor Use Eyewear for Color Blind Deficiency Coming Soon

New Indoor Use Eyewear for Color Blind Deficiency Coming Soon
New Indoor Use Eyewear for Color Blind Deficiency Coming Soon

EnChroma announced a new line of EnChroma Cx-65 eyewear for indoor use that enables people with color vision deficiency (CVD) to see colors indoors.

The EnChroma Cx indoor glasses allow users to better identify and interpret color-coded information at school and outside of class. The Company's optical coating technology, Digital Color Boost, enhances color brightness, contrast, and clarity. The technology uses a series of precise "cutouts" along the light spectrum. By removing the wavelengths between the primary colors, Digital Color Boost amplifies the signal sent to the brain. The EnChroma Cx uses a stronger version of the Digital Color Boost coating.

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The EnChroma Cx indoor glasses are available in prescription and non-prescription eyewear, and in polycarbonate form for pediatric, sports, and industrial safety usage. The product is anticipated to ship on March 30, 2015.

For more information call (510) 497-0048 or visit EnChroma.com.

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